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Thursday, January 25, 2007
Still working on the remodel of the blog. I do like Blogger, but it's also a pain in the ass if you wish to do some significant customizing of your blog page.

Oh, gotta tell you about this cool movie I Tivo'd on IFC the other day. Now, I'm not a big lover of indie films, yea I know it's hard to believe but I'm not (as one of my favorite characters, Cartman, would say) a "tree-huggin' hippie". However, I'm a huge lover of offbeat/dark comedies and a bunch of those are indie films.

So what is this gem, this priceless motion picture, this classic flick?

Bubba Ho-Tep

It stars one of my favorite B-movie actors: Bruce Campbell and the plot line alone will make you realize that the academy of motion picture arts got it way wrong when they didn't recognize this one.

Plot Line

Elvis and John F. Kennedy are actually both alive and in living in a nursing home in a small town in Texas. They discover that the recent deaths of some of the other residents of the home are actually the result of an ancient Egyptian Mummy stealing their souls. So they take it on themselves to fight for their own souls and those of their fellow residents.

The movie is just so funny and well done that I highly recommend it to everyone who enjoys good dark comedy. Campbell is absolutely priceless as an aging worn-out Elvis who must use a walker to get around.

I'm sure you will enjoy it as much as I did. And as the King would say...

Thank ya, thank ya very much.
posted by Steveg @ 12:05 PM  
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